The U.S. Geological Survey tested wells for chemicals that do not have human health benchmarks or toxicity information.
The Energy and Water Integration Act passed the House on Dec. 1 and now is being considered by the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Environmental Defense Fund shares Poland Spring Water Company's success story in a new case study.
Sustainable Otsego says horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing are too dangerous to water supplies and human health.
The research is expected to lead to improved designs for carbon sequestration projects that will protect underground drinking water supplies.
The Bhopal Medical Appeal has compiled data from groundwater aquifer testing and found carbon tetrachloride, as well as other toxic chemicals, at levels that exceed WHO guidelines.
Pilots will enable organizations in Kenya to test new ideas for delivery and storage of safe water for consumers who lack access.
There are no products registered by EPA for use in residential settings that will disinfect or sterilize the air or a room by fogging. Claims for disinfecting carpeting, drapes, and other porous surfaces are also false, the agency says.
Conergy and Sanyo will design, engineer and install a 1.1-MW solar solution, called Ingram's Mill Farm, for water in southeastern Pennsylvania.
From installing water-conserving toilets to establishing public water systems, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds of almost $3 million are helping to finance upgrades to Georgia community systems.